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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TUESDAY, XOVEMBEK 21, 1911.
GATHERS A FUND
Dr. N. Forsander Raises Money
to Aid the Work in For
BY OYN PERSONAL EFFORT
to Venerable Professor Holm
juist to Gome Again.
thanks, which has been presented to
HATOEL CHHimUS FESTIVAL.
Gustav Holmquist, the -well known
Swedish-American basso of Chicago
and one of the most popular singers
who Las ever appeared here. Las been
secured as soloist for the Christmas
festival concert of the Handel Ora
torio eociety, which will be given at
Augustana college Dec. 14. Five chor
uses have been prepared by the Han
del society for this coming concert.
The eociety wOl sing "Hall, Bright
Abode" fWagner), "O, Lovely Night"
j (Offenbach;, "Sunset" (Gade), "Mount
Society Returns Thanks! of Olives" (Beethoven), and "Land-
signung unegj. in tne last cnorus
Mr. Holmquist will take the solo part.
He will also render three groups of
songs. Composed of nearly one hun
dred voices, the Handel society mem
bership is the largest for a number of
years. Mrs. Edla Land, who has
brought the chorus up to it present
high standard, again has charge of the
baton. Miss ESe Johnson is at the
Dr. X. Forsander, venerable profes
sor of church history at Augnstana
seminary, has, through his own per
sonal efforts, gathered a fund of $14.00
tc be need as a scholarship for students
preparing to become foreign mission
aries. As there Is a great need for
missionaries in the foreign fields of
the Augustana synod at the present
time, the raising cf this fund is very
timely. Tne announcement of the es
tablishment of this scholarship was
made at a recent meeting of the Con
cordia society by Dr. Forsander. He
stated that it was his intention to in
crease this fund to $1,200 If possible.
Two years ago the doctor established
a scholarship of $S00 in memory of
his wife, which fund Is known as the
"Mrs. Nela Forsander Scholarship, "
and Is for the aiding of needy stu
dent in the seminary department.
This scholarship he has Increased to
$1,000. As an expression of apprecia
tion of the doctor's generosity and zeal
for the missionary movement, the Con
cordia society drafted a resolution of
P. J. Lee and George Deyo have
formed a partnership in the wall paper
and paint buelness at 1203 Third ave
nue. We are prepared to do all kinds
of work in our line of business. A full
line of wall paper just received; also
we carry a full line of varnishes,
paints, oils, brushes, etc.
LEE & DEYO.
1203 Third avenue. Rock Island, 111.
Many school children suffer from
constipation, which is often the
cause of seeming stupidity at les
sons. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets are an ideal medicine
to give a child, for they are mild and
gentle In their effect and will cure
even chronic constipation. Sold by
Obligations Amounting to $1,
850.11 Are Discharged by
MEETING IS A SHORT ONE
Very Little Other Than Routine Busi
ness Done Yesterday Afternoon
at City Rail.
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! Choose that New Winter J
Vouchers for $LS50.11 and bflle on
the weekly and semi-monthly pay roll
were allowed by the commission yes
terday afternoon at its regular weekly
session. W. H. Edwards, contractor,
who paved Lincoln court, had vouchers
in his possession for the amount nam
ed, and as they were due Aug. L a res
olution to pay him out of the funds
from the saloon licenses was carried.
Pl.t"MBt3(G POIST IP.
C. E. Hodgson, who applied several
weekB ago for permission to make sew
er connections to his houses and to
tap for two houses from one pipe, will
probably be refused permission to do
so. as the city ordinances state em
phatically that only one house shall be
supplied from each pipe Commission
er Bear, to whom the matter had been j
referred, reported against granting ;
permission, but he was asked to defer ,
his report till next week so that fur
ther information might be secured. j
IN DAVENPORT HOMES
Seventy of Them Placed T'nder Quar
rantine and Lincoln School Is
Davenport now has about
homes under quarantine.
As a result of the investigation of !
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State Bacteriologist Albert of Iowa
Ctty, it was reported that in the neigh- ;
borhood of 50 new cases of d.phtheria j
had developed and Instructions were j H
given that these homes be placed un
Acting in accordance with these in
structions and the law, the board of
health has placed the necessary signs.
The board is not acting of its accord
but is forced to quarantine the homes
when reports of diphtheria arc made
by the physicians. The office of
Health Inspector Mullen wa3 visited
by several dissatisfied citizen who did
not want their homes quarantined but
it was impossible to grant their wish
es as the board must act as the law in
dicates. Lincoln school was ordered
closed for a period of two weeks yes
terday afternoon by the board of
in announcing to the pubKc that it win occupy its new quarters located at the corner of
Third avenue and Eighteenth street on and after .
Saturday, November 25, 1911
This bank welcomes deposits sub
ject to check In any amount, extend
ing every courtesy and attention to
depositors without regard to the size
of their account.
Interest at the rate of four per
cent per annum Is allowed on savings
deposits and certificate of deposit
in any amount. Home savings bank
The Rock Island Savings bank transacts all branches of a general banking business j
issues foreign exchange, travelers' cheques and letters of credits available in all parts of thi
world. " - - ' --' "
A special feature of our new building is our modern safe deposit vault located on the
ground floor and which provides the highest possible form of safety for important docu
ments and other valuables, , . " '
We have provided a ladies' room furnished with every convenience and a teller's win
dow for the exclusive use of our women customers,
This bank is under conservative managment and attention is respectfully called to the
personnel of our board of directors:
Choose that New Winter
Coat at Hie 3ee Hive
You can positively accept this as a fact, for It is a fact and we can
demonstrate anytime; we have the largest stock of coats for
Women and Misses in the city. Now Isn't it reasonable to assume
that in point of value, style and novelty you can be best suited
where you can see the most-
in plain and handsomely trimmed effects at
$27.50, $29.98, $35 up to $57.50
a great assortment nt'rartivelv priced at
$12.93, $16.98, $19.98 up to $35
Trrnr1 fMntri Hnits
J 'I, handsome models for street and dressy wear
v i?i ei4 na dooQ coo ntn con
Novelty Cloth Coats
every attractive late season effect
$11.98, $14.98, $17.50 up to $32.50
Caracul Cloth Coat
practical warm and tvlish
$8.98, $13.75, $16.98 up to $35
in hundred of pretty Juvenile stvles
$2.48, $2.98, $3.98 up to $15
! Five Weeks to j 1"
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H. S. CABLE
WILLIAM H. DART
H. P. HTTLC
P. GREEN AWALT
H. S. CABLE, President.
P. GREENAVVALT, Vice President.
H. P. HULL. Vice President.
A. J. LINDSTROM. Cashier.
Capital, surplus and undivided profits over $400,000.00.
Interest paid to depositors since organization, $1,332,534.46.
News, which Is publishing descriptive
articles and recipes every day.
M. & K. MAKE AN
Klepant New Stock of Women's and
Misses' Suits Are I ted u ceil
UXUSrAL COAT VALUES-
Finest Showing of Women's and
Misses' Sweaters, Mufflers, Silk
Hosiery and Accessories.
Our Sale of Suits
V?.V i3 rlafminp tbe at'enfion of the tri-city women who appreciate an op
rJ pcrrunity for r al savinc. There is practically unlimited choice of
ji styles materials and colors to select froai and every suit in stock
ill is new offered at
lA Off the Regular Price
200 Off the Frice of Turs j Millinery cp reduced prices
If you need 'urs for now or In
tend gnirs them for C'hr;st:;)as
Kifts you shouldn't overlook tt
Bee Hive Pur Sale.
I0 Fnr "ow
$ Far Now
It's clearing sale time In the
millinery section and we are
cuttin? prices decisively on all
trirr.med hats. At least one
third off and in many cases re
ductions are much more.
Or.e-third off the price of un
trlmmod felt beaver and velour
shapes. Plumes, feathers and
Skirts and Waists
A fall assortment of all tbe correct winter styles. Cases and racks
loaded down with the best and most attractive late season effects.
SiU Wait at
$1U and fc2.9
in Cordoroy Skirt
at fiii and J.9S
w Mixture Skirts
at 2.!N 3.9S fO
?w Flannel Tailored Shirts at SL2S to 2.75
The 'Bee Hibe Cor; sZZitSrady
Tou Know the Rush In the
Last Days. Spare Yourself
by Shopping Early.
i Pay half Its rrice.
! Vojrne trimmed hat sale
Thursday and Friday, 1704 Second
Buy a home cf Reldy Bros.
Tri-Ci'y Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Roller skating tonight at Rock Is
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work; 1316 Third avenue.
Six per cent farm mortgages. Llt
ten & Roberts, Peoples National
Graceful roller skating contest. Rock
Island rink. Wednesday evening. Not.
22. $25 in prizes.
We are the exclusive agent for the
celebrated New Home sewing machine.
T. Richter & Sons, 21&-221 West Sec
ond street, Davenport, Iowa.
Bonds and motgaget- o; p.trmanrnt
or temporary investment. Ask for
bond booklet. H. E. Sudlow & Co., j
investment bankers. Safety building.
The Brooklyn Eagle says: "It looks
An announcement that comes
very opportunely is the M. & K. no
tice of a sale of their entire stocks
of women's and misses' suits at a
reduction of one-third.
The M. & K. women's department
has established a reputation for its
elegant styles and merchandise of
character this disposal of the new
est creations of the aeason, there
fore, means much to the ladies of the
tri-citie and every woman who is
thinking o fa new suit will do well
to investigate. It's easy to tell the
difference between M. & K. styles
and others and the M. & K. sale
of women's suits stands in a class
by itself when it comes to value giv
ing. Such beautiful models and
such prices are to be found nowhere
but at the M. & K. Every suit In
tbe store is included in this sale even
tbe staple blues and blacks and all
sizes are provided, not overlooking
the stout and the slim types.
Of special interest, too. Is the M.
& K. display of sweater coats and
sweaters which includes all that is
new and wanted at prices that are
particularly pleasing. Other lines
that make beautiful Xmas gifts are
Phoenix mufCers and Phoenix hosiery
silk kimonas, Madeira handkerchiefs
Irish crochet neckwear and leath
Likewise the M. K. woman's
store offers many unusual styles and
unusual values In women's and
misses' coats for every need and for
is a List of CHRISTMAS GIFTS Useful as
Well as Ornamental. Some are Finished
Complete, Others to be Embroid
ered. Prices, 25c and Up.
as though Soyer's experiments were
. aaout to result la a culinary revolution I every whim.
' that will displace pots and pans from j Make it a point to attend the M.
the kitchen, prove more economical & k. suit sale tomorrow and make
and make all food treated more sav- your Xmas shopping more satisfact
ory" Our Women readers will find ! tory and easier by starting it right
jfull particulars in the Chicago Daily away.
For My Lady's Bedroom.
Dressing Table Cover.
Whlbk Broom Holder.
Towels. Guefct or Large.
Pincushions, silk, lace or embroid
ered. Laundry Bags.
For the Dining Eoom.
TaWe Covers, white or colored.
Lujirh cloths, round or square.
1aneheon napkins, Mederia or own
For the Library.
Table covers, searf or oval.
For a "Man."
Pillows, UnJe or college.
For My Lady Herself.
Bags, work, opera, hopping.
per or party.
Center pieces, Mederia, cluny or our
Night dresses, crepe or nainsook. ,
Drawers, chemise, aprons.
Memorandum pads; painted or em
broidered. Shirtwaist holder.
For the Baby.
318 West Second St.
Boxes, plarques, candletKks and
down of other articles in this new
and pIoaAing work. J-
Make Selections Now.
Our lines are complete now and of
fer tiie largest sVxk of fancy art
work to be found in the middle wettU
Making ele-tirm now guarantee
you choice from the wry let and
newettt tin-re is.